After Hours (album) by The Weeknd
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The best album by The Weeknd is House Of Balloons which is ranked number 1040 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 1,790.
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|Rating||Date updated||Member||Album ratings||Avg. album rating|
|16 hours ago||lanadeleswift||1,103||90/100|
|18 hours ago||spinetailswift||870||73/100|
|36 hours ago||souplipton||859||70/100|
|39 hours ago||javicho07||1,990||94/100|
|4 days ago||2112Ikaro||235||80/100|
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This album is rated in the top 11% of all albums on BestEverAlbums.com. This album has a mean average rating of 75.0/100. The trimmed mean (excluding outliers) is 75.7/100. The standard deviation for this album is 14.9.
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"Blinding lights" is a classic, sounds like a track from the 80's from A-HA! Pretty interesting album.
This is a solid pop R&B album. With its synthie sounds it reminds me of an 80s produced album. So far, after "Starboy", it's his best work for me.
I really do not care for it.
Good album, my first time listening to a The Weeknd album and I appreciated it.
These songs are gorgeously produced and this album is insanely listenable, but this man is a goddamned clown.
Here's a verse on the album that I may have made up, but still feels less outrageous than most of what is on this record.
I'm filled with so much sadness
And all these hoes are filled with as much of my dick as I am with sadness
And I should stop having sex, because it makes me sad
But with all these tears and all this pussy, I can't stop getting it wet
Some good tracks on here but its let down by the over-processed vocal sound
The dude is obviously talented and while I appreciate it being vulnerable it's cloyingly and unnecessarily biographical w/ some cringy lyrics about having sex in the studio and losing his religion every day. Yes it's very 80s although I appreciate that he's trying to define something of his own while wearing his influences on his sleeve. My feeling about him prior to this record is generally that he's fine but he has a ceiling. This doesn't change that general assessment, although the floor is very high as well on this record. He toes the line so much between being unique and derivative, best summed up as "identifiable". I think it's his best record and maybe it's enough impetus to get me to listen to his < 2015 albums.
the first half is pretty goo but from Faith onwward it's spectacular
He dabbles so much into '80s nostalgia that he almost rick-rolled us. The songs that don't sound like Tears For Fears B-sides sound like Trilogy B-sides. Why do so much artists see the start of the '20s as an incentive to go back to their roots? or is it just that they feel obliged to release something?
I'm really starting to get fed up with '80s nostalgia; it's high time for '90s nostalgia. Roll in the chronophobia and pessimistic escapism.
Weeknd fans are not gonna dislike this though, and even though I'm not a fan, I can't say I hate it.
Surprisingly good! And i've never really been a fan of The Weeknd before this, but this one juuuust hits the spot. Blinding Lights soars!